qi-emdebian

qi-emdebian-postsetup

12:8fce9e3d1e50
14 months ago Paul Boddie Updated the documentation, added a configuration file for jessie, and updated the wheezy configuration file.
     1 #!/bin/sh     2      3 PROGNAME=`basename $0`     4 ROOTDIR=$1     5 KERNEL=$2     6 BUILD=$3     7      8 if [ ! "$1" ] || [ "$1" = '--help' ]; then     9     cat 1>&2 <<EOF    10 Usage: $PROGNAME <root filesystem path> <kernel image> <system files path>    11     12 Example: $PROGNAME rootfs openwrt-xburst-qi_lb60-uImage.bin configfiles    13     14 This program copies the given kernel image into the indicated root filesystem,    15 together with files from the given system files directory hierarchy. It also    16 copies two initial configuration files (preinit and preinit-config) from the    17 current working directory.    18     19 A root filesystem can be constructed using the multistrap tool as well as    20 other tools such as debootstrap. The preinit and preinit-config files are    21 intended to perform work on the target system to make the root filesystem    22 usable and bootable.    23 EOF    24     exit 1    25 fi    26     27 if [ ! "$KERNEL" ]; then    28     cat 1>&2 <<EOF    29 $PROGNAME: Need a path to a kernel image.    30     31 The image filename will be something like openwrt-xburst-qi_lb60-uImage.bin    32 EOF    33     exit 1    34 fi    35     36 if [ ! "$BUILD" ]; then    37     echo "$PROGNAME: Need a path to a filesystem containing kernel modules and configuration files." 1>&2    38     exit 1    39 fi    40     41 if [ ! -e preinit ] || [ ! -e preinit-config ]; then    42     echo "$PROGNAME: Need preinit and preinit-config files to deploy in the root filesystem." 1>&2    43     exit 1    44 fi    45     46 if [ `stat -c %U "$ROOTDIR"` != "root" ]; then    47     cat 1>&2 <<EOF    48 $PROGNAME: It appears that the root filesystem is not owned by root.    49     50 This will probably produce a non-functioning system when copied to the target    51 device. It is recommended that you re-run multistrap as a privileged user, but    52 if you wish to continue with the current configuration, change the owner of the    53 root filesystem to root and then try running this script again.    54 EOF    55     exit 1    56 fi    57     58 # Make a link to the busybox binary acting as a shell.    59     60 if [ ! -e "$ROOTDIR/usr/lib/busybox" ]; then    61     mkdir -p "$ROOTDIR/usr/lib/busybox"    62     ln -s /bin/busybox "$ROOTDIR/usr/lib/busybox/sh"    63 fi    64     65 # The first boot involves a special configuration script.    66     67 cp preinit preinit-config "$ROOTDIR/etc/"    68     69 # Copy the kernel image and any modules.    70     71 cp "$KERNEL" "$ROOTDIR/boot/uImage"    72     73 if [ -e "$BUILD/lib/modules" ]; then    74     if [ ! -e "$ROOTDIR/lib/modules" ]; then    75         mkdir -p "$ROOTDIR/lib/modules"    76     fi    77     cp -R "$BUILD/lib/modules/"* "$ROOTDIR/lib/modules/"    78     cp "$BUILD/etc/modules" "$ROOTDIR/etc/"    79 fi    80     81 # Copy configuration files such as fstab, hostname, interfaces, resolv.conf.    82     83 cp -R "$BUILD/etc/"* "$ROOTDIR/etc/"    84     85 # Also required for a "first boot" script:    86 # /etc/resolv.conf    87     88 # Make devices.    89     90 mknod -m 0600 "$ROOTDIR/dev/console"  c 5 1    91 mknod -m 0660 "$ROOTDIR/dev/full"     c 1 7    92 mknod -m 0640 "$ROOTDIR/dev/kmem"     c 1 2    93 mknod -m 0660 "$ROOTDIR/dev/loop0"    b 7 0    94 mknod -m 0640 "$ROOTDIR/dev/mem"      c 1 1    95 mknod -m 0666 "$ROOTDIR/dev/null"     c 1 3    96 mknod -m 0640 "$ROOTDIR/dev/port"     c 1 4    97 mknod -m 0666 "$ROOTDIR/dev/random"   c 1 8    98 mknod -m 0660 "$ROOTDIR/dev/tty"      c 5 0    99 mknod -m 0666 "$ROOTDIR/dev/urandom"  c 1 9   100 mknod -m 0666 "$ROOTDIR/dev/zero"     c 1 5   101    102 for N in `seq 0 5` ; do   103     mknod -m 0660 "$ROOTDIR/dev/tty$N" c 4 $N   104 done   105    106 for N in `seq 0 15` ; do   107     mknod -m 0660 "$ROOTDIR/dev/ram$N" b 1 $N   108 done   109    110 ln -s /dev/ram1 "$ROOTDIR/dev/ram"   111 ln -s /proc/kcore "$ROOTDIR/dev/core"